Preliminary assessment of the performance of the African economy in 1993 and prospects for 1994
The paper deals Economic growth performance of the subregions was as follows:in North Africa, output is estimated to have grown by 0.1 per cent, in West Africa by 2.7 per cent,and in Eastern and Southern Africa by 1.5 per ...
Meeting on identification of industrial development priorities and sub regional co-operation in the context of the second IDDA for the Eastern and Southern Africa sub region : Jointly organized by UNECA and UNIDO
This paper focuses on the meeting on Identification of Industrial Development Priorities and Sub-regional Co-operation in the context of the Second IDDA for the Eastern and Southern African Subregion.
Taking Africa into the twenty-first century : Twenty -eighth sessions of the commission and nineteenth meeting of the conference of ministers responsible for economic planning and development
This paper focuses on the twenty-eighth session of the commission and nineteenth meeting of the conference of ministers responsible for economic planning and development on the theme of “TAKING AFRICA INTO THE TWENTY-FIRST ...
Réunion conjointe CEA/PNUD/OIG africaines : institutions spécialisées des Nations Unies
Les organisations bénéficiaires doivent à présent s'appliquer à les mener à leur terme, c'est-à-dire à les faire déboucher sur des réalisations concrètes, notamment dans les composantes essentielles qui sont la sécurité ...
Fourtheenth meeting of the technical preparatory committee of the whole : Addis Ababa, 25 April 1993
The document focuses on the fourteenth meeting of the technical preparatory committee of the whole.The theme under which the nineteenth meeting of the EGA Conference of ministers is convening,” taking Africa into the ...
Taking Africa into the twenty-first century
The first lesson is that Africa can overcome the inertia of under-development and step out of the poverty trap just as the oldest industrialized nations emerged from the pre-'industrial age, feudalism and widespread poverty; ...
Strengthening cooperation between the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the regional bureau for Africa United Nations Development Programme in the fifth programming cycle and beyond: a joint statement by Mr. Layashi Yaker United Nations under secretary general and executive secretary of the Economic Commission for Africa and Ms.Ellen Johnson Sirleaf assistant administrator and director of the regional bureau for Africa United Nations Development Programme